The Vet says its from Excessive Licking. Its called Acral Lick Dermatitis, he prescribed amoxicillin, a steriod, and an anti anxiety drug, to treat the Symptoms. I really feel bent over. I truly felt its was much worse than that. :shock:
Yep. Our dog Spooky did that to her feet. At first everybody thought it was because of her allergies. But it ended up becoming a cumpulsive behaviour she did almost non stop. We didn't put her on an anti depressant. I made something for her to take before we left the house. Also she wore booties while we were gone. And if her feet started to get really red she would wear a cone.
It's amazing what damage your pet can do to themselves.
Buster will not wear boots or sweaters, he such a brat. Yeh I cant believe the damage , The other side I worked on when it looked like this with this drawing sab called black, and used comfrey root to soak , the Black is really slow acting ,and he doesnt lick it. I think I will combine this with the amoxicilline.
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